Curtains can mean a lot more than simply keeping the sun out, or keeping a room warm. From a design perspective, making use of gorgeous creative prints and styles on curtains and drapes in any room brings another focus into view.
Many top designers recognise the potential for optimising colour and patterns within the context of drapes and curtains. When these designs, either illustrative or simply blocks of colour, are combined with premium quality material and manufacture the effect can be both eye-catching and satisfying.
Cath Kidston is one such design company fully aware of the power of gorgeously produced curtains. The above Cath Kidston Mimosa Flower Curtains are a lovely example of the company's ability to merge creativity with luxury fabric and lining.
Brilliant for adding a blast of colour into your bedroom, the curtains are crafted from a premium cotton fabric for long-lasting style. The designer pleated curtains feature a wonderful array of fantastically elegant golden mimosa flowers across the whole area.
Many production groups specialising in curtains and drapes make a variety of sizes available to ensure you can find the correct fit for any particular room. Cath Kidston's Mimosa Curtains at Dotmaison are also able to be modified for whatever length and drop is required. There are even matching tie backs available to finish off the whole look in style.
Cath Kidston offers another exceptional style with the Garden Rose Curtains. Another tribute to the majesty and power of floral patterns, these luxurious curtains feature the colour and instantly charming form of rose plants. Wonderful yellow and red roses are showcased across the curtains. The pencil-pleated curtains are produced in the same high-quality fabric, and can be purchased in a wide variety of sizes.
Elegance and beauty is also an assured part of the template within Orla Kiely's work on curtains and drapes. The above Orla Kiely Woven Acorn Cup Eyelet Curtains, Mid Powder Blue presents a magical pale blue design capturing a soothing look in the shape of acorns. The doubling of an indication of organic growth along with modern kaleidoscopic design presents a striking way to transform any room.
Equally viable in a living room or back room as in a bedroom, curtains are great for showing of an individual style and taste. When the creation does all the things that curtains traditionally do so well, the outcome is very promising indeed!